print.mjca {ca} | R Documentation |

## Printing mjca objects

### Description

Printing method for multiple and joint correspondence analysis objects

### Usage

```
## S3 method for class 'mjca'
print(x, ...)
```

### Arguments

`x` |
Multiple or joint correspondence analysis object returned by |

`...` |
Further arguments are ignored |

### Details

The function `print.mjca`

gives the basic statistics of the `mjca`

object. First the eigenvalues (that is, principal inertias) and their percentages with respect to total inertia are printed. Then for the rows and columns respectively, the following are printed: the masses, chi-square distances of the points to the centroid (i.e., centroid of the active points), point inertias (for active points only) and principal coordinates on the first `nd`

dimensions requested (default = 2 dimensions). The function `summary.mjca`

gives more detailed results about the inertia contributions of each point on each principal axis.

For supplementary points, masses and inertias are not applicable.

### See Also

### Examples

```
data("wg93")
print(mjca(wg93[,1:4]))
# equivalent to:
mjca(wg93[,1:4])
```

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